Belfast Telegraph

Paris too excited for nerves

Paris Hilton felt so inspired while she was in Ibiza she knew she had to make her music return.

The hotel heiress' first attempt at a singing career didn't go that well, with her 2006 reggae-inspired track Stars are Blind widely panned.

She is now back with a totally new sound and is gearing up for her track Good Time, which features Lil Wayne, to drop tomorrow. Paris is adamant people are in for a shock when the song hits airwaves.

"I love being in the studio. Music has always been a huge passion of mine," she told MTV News. "So to be having my new single out with Lil Wayne, it's just such an honour, and I'm so excited for the world to hear it.

"I've been recording this album for about a year and a half now. After being in Ibiza I was so inspired I met so many amazing DJs and producers, so people kept sending me different songs and making this album and I'm so proud of it."

Paris spent time DJ'ing on the famous party island this year and has already been invited back to super club Amnesia next year as she did such a good job.

The 32-year-old star surprised many when it was announced she had signed with Cash Money Records, which is also the home of Nicki Minaj and Drake.

Birdman is the CEO of the label and has been outspoken about his support for Paris.

"It's so exciting. I love working with him. He's so smart and so creative and inspiring..." she gushed.

"[The Cash Money family] have been so supportive and amazing. I love working with everybody. Everyone's just very hard working and very passionate, and it's fun to be working with really cool people who I really respect."

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